Fragile


An EU project on the inclusion of visually impaired people in dance and performing arts, led by Bærum Kulturhus (Norway), in collaboration with Vo’Arte (Portugal), Tallinn University (Estonia) and Salamanda Tandem (UK).

FRAGILE is a transnational project on the inclusion of visually impaired people in the performing arts, on the outskirts of Europe.
FRAGILE is based on the experience of the Norwegian choreographer Kjersti K. Engebrigtsen in dance with blind persons and similar experiences of Estonian choreographer Ajjar Ausma and Portuguese choreographer Ana Rita Barata.
The choreographers will collaborate during almost two years through seminars, meetings and workshops. They will then create three new performances, which will be shown in 2013 in Oslo, Lisboa and Tallinn, and be documented in three documentary films.

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Kriitikute auhind Norras

Portugali produtsent voarte.com

Norra produtsent Baerum Kulturhus

fragiledance.com UUDISKIRI märts 2013


Vahur Laiapea dokumentaalfilm “Fragile.Nägemiseni laval” (2013)

Eesti Filmi Andmebaas

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Info Põhja-Eesti Pimedate Ühingu kodulehel

Ajakiri “Teater.Muusika.Kino” mai 2014


FRAGILE? sümpoosion “Tants, kunst ja nägemisvaegus” Tallinn Ülikoolis

Toimumisaeg: 20.-21. aprill, 2013
Organiseerija: FRAGILE Eesti (kaasrahastatud Euroopa Liidu kultuurikoostöö programmist Kultuur), Tallinna Ülikool (Eesti), Bærum Kulturhus (Norra), Vo’Arte (Portugal), Salamanda Tandem (Suurbritannia)